Where Can I Buy Bacon Flavored Vodka
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Heritage Distilling Co. (HDC) created a full line of award winning naturally flavored vodkas for discerning consumers. With no artificial flavors and no artificial sweeteners added, this flavored vodka is perfect for drinking over ice or mixed in your favorite all natural cocktail. Clean and real - the way nature intended.
When you make your own homemade bacon-infused vodka, you can control the intensity and quality of ingredients. You can also create a pure product with no artificial flavorings, and enjoy the fantastic flavor that comes from creating it yourself with your favorite bacon.
Tara, I agree with you about being able to control the ingredients. I was surprised at how pure and good the bacon flavor is. Somehow the bacon taste magically transfers to the vodka without getting weird at all. Thank you for sharing your thoughts about the recipe! xo
@Carrie This vodka actually has a really interesting taste on its own. Once you get past the initial burst of flame (provided by the habaneros), the flavor of the vodka is savory and complex. You can definitely taste the bacon flavor and some grassy notes from the seranos. Perhaps this vodka would pair well with muddled cucumber (Cucumber Martini) or a small glug of pure maple syrup (Maple Martini). I plan on testing out some new drinks in the next few months.
Medos Honey Vodka - Supposedly a traditional Polish drink, this honey flavored vodka ranges anywhere from $17-$40 per bottle and goes down ridiculously smoothly. Or at least as smoothly as 80-proof vodka can. It's a rich gold in the shot glass, with a slightly syrupy texture. It's traditionally warmed and drank straight, but can certainly be iced down in the freezer like any other vodka. It's far less sweet than expected as well, herbal extracts added to the mix that giving it a slightly bitter edge and making it a great ingredient for cocktails. Drop it in a glass of Coke, lemonade, or ginger ale for a tasty spring drink.
Hangar One Kaffir Lime Vodka - Most lime flavored vodkas are vile concoctions so sweet that the hangover hits you long before you hit the sheets. Luckily, this is one of the exceptions to the rule. Hangar One uses Kaffir limes to flavor the vodka. These Southeast Asian fruits look vaguely like the limes seen in most grocery stores, only smaller, uglier, and they are far more acidic. Only slightly sweet, pepper and basil flavors are mixed in to add some complexity and balance. It doesn't get much better than nights spent relaxing in the backyard with a glass of this mixed with tonic, especially if you're on your second or third.
Ciroc Red Berry - A slightly more familiar approach to flavored vodkas, Ciroc is flavored with raspberries and strawberries. Unlike other berry-flavored vodkas, it actually tastes like the source material, without any of the bitter or metallic edge others usually feature. It also doesn't lose the underlying characteristics Ciroc is known for - a light medicinal tinge that makes it almost gin-like. Luckily, that herbal flavor plays off the berries nicely without tasting like the unholy union of a compost heap and a berry patch.
Bakon Vodka begins with superior quality Idaho potatoes instead of the random mixed grains that make up most vodkas. It is column-distilled using a single heating process that doesn't "bruise" the alcohol like the multiple heating cycles needed to make a typical potstill vodka. The delicate balance of flavors leaves drinkers with the essence of a crisp slice of peppered bacon.80 Proof Vodka
Bacon vodka is vodka infused with bacon flavor, part of a larger trend of "carnivorous cocktails" and the addition of savory flavor to mixed drinks. The infused alcohol can be sipped but is typically used in mixed drinks like the Bloody Mary or bacon martini.
Meat-infused beverages are nothing new to the cocktail world, some famous examples including the "Bull Shot" at Ernest Hemingway's favorite bar (Harry's) in Venice in the 1940s, and references by writers as far